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Responsive Feeding: Together At The Table

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1.  Which of the following sensory experiences typically occurs around 0-2 months old?
  1. Visual skills mature
  2. Exploration with introduction of solids
  3. Relationships are not reinforced
  4. May be cautious around new foods
2.  Which theme from Daniel Stern’s four themes of maternal identity refers to emotional engagement?
  1. Life and Growth
  2. Primary Relatedness
  3. Supporting Matrix
  4. Identity Reorganization
3.  The social process by which individuals dynamically alter their actions with respect to the ongoing and anticipated actions of their partner is:
  1. Identity Reorganization
  2. State Regulation
  3. Coregulation
  4. Reciprocity
4.  Approximately what percentage of children are affected by food allergies and/or intolerance:
  1. 2%
  2. 8%
  3. 15%
  4. 25%
5.  Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), dysphagia, and functional chest pain are all motility issues of the:
  1. Esophagus
  2. Stomach
  3. Small Intestine
  4. Large Intestine
6.  Which of the following statements is TRUE?
  1. Anxiety does not have an impact on appetite.
  2. A parent’s emotional state is insignificant to the child’s feeding experience.
  3. Eating is a sensory experience.
  4. A trusting relationship between the child and parent is nice but not essential for a child to have a positive feeding experience.
7.  A child has a feeding challenge, the parents feel anxious and experience pressure. They ask for help and possibly get bad advice. Then they feel more pressure because nothing is improving, and the child pushes back. This is known as the:
  1. Feeding Cycle
  2. Controlled Feeding Cycle
  3. Worry Cycle
  4. Bonding Cycle
8.  It is estimated that ___ percent of parents with medically fragile children may have PTSD.
  1. 5%
  2. 10-20%
  3. 50%
  4. 75%
9.  Who is the most important part of a child’s feeding team?
  1. SLP
  2. OT
  3. Pediatrician
  4. Caregivers
10.  Which of the following might indicate that a team is not communicating optimally?
  1. A parent feels well supported.
  2. A parent is confused because different providers are recommending different things.
  3. A child makes fast progress.
  4. The parent’s concerns resolve.

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